The black-browed albatross also known as the black-browed mollymawks a large seabird. The black-browed albatross is a medium-sized albatross, at 80 to 95 long with a 200 to 240 cm wingspan and an average weight of 3 to 5 kg. It can have a natural lifespan of over 70 years.
It has a dark grey saddle and upperwings that contrast with the white rump, and underparts. The underwing is predominantly white with broad, irregular, black margins. It has a dark eyebrow and a yellow-orange bill with a darker reddish-orange tip. Juveniles have dark horn-colored bills with dark tips, and a grey head and collar. They also have dark underwings. The features that distinguish it from other mollymawks are the dark eyestripe which gives it its name, a broad black edging to the white underside of its wings, white head and orange bill, tipped darker orange.